Monthly Archives: April 2015

Anouar Brahem – Souvenance (ECM)

This fragile sound of nascent hope is a unique piece of ambient jazz with an exotic edge, and is one of the major discoveries of 2015 for me. 4 Stars Disc 1: 6 tracks / 52 mins. Disc 2: 5 … Continue reading

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The Brilliance – Brother (The Brilliance Music)

It looks like an adventurous, yet sensitive, approach to music runs in the Gungor family. This one is almost timeless, with a twist of now. 4 Stars CD: 10 tracks, 39 mins The Brilliance Music “When I look into the … Continue reading

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Climax Blues Band: Live, Rare and Raw 1973-1979

An advert for touring bands, who learn their craft night after night, this superb batch of gigs shows how CBB moved from blues towards funk and excelled at each genre. 4 Stars 3CDs: 31 tracks, 3 hrs 40 mins (Repertoire) … Continue reading

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